Dubai’s Jebel Ali Power Generation and Water Production Complex has been affirmed by Guinness World Records as the biggest single-site natural gas power generation office in the world. The complex has a power generation limit of 9,547MW.
Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa), said that the complete resources of the power creation and water desalination plants in the Jebel Ali complex are esteemed at over Dh45 billion.
He said the Dewa has a history of worldwide accomplishments. “Dubai recorded the world’s most minimal Customer Minutes Lost (CML) of 1.66 minutes out of every year; the least power transmission-and appropriation network-line misfortunes of 3.3 percent, and one of the least water network misfortunes of 5.1 percent.
“Fuel Heat Utilization in Dewa’s power plants arrived at 90%. The UAE, addressed by Dewa, has kept up its first worldwide positioning for the third back to back year, with scores of 100% in all ‘Getting Electricity’ pointers in the World Bank’s Doing Business 2020 report. The report gauges the simplicity of working together in 190 economies around the world.”
The complex’s power generation and water desalination plants use “world-class operational innovations, cutting edge shrewd arrangements, and data technology systems”.
“Emiratis with the best abilities and capabilities are dealing with this complex … The entirety of the division’s top administration are Emiratis,” said Al Tayer.
The Dewa has actualized man-made brainpower, automated flying vehicles, and different advancements, said Nasser Lootah, Executive Vice President of Generation.
“This has brought about the Dewa improving its generation productivity by 33.41 percent, which additionally accomplished extensive monetary investment funds. This improvement has likewise decreased more than 64 million tons of carbon emissions, which are comparable to planting 327 million trees. It has additionally decreased more than 46,000 tons of nitrogen oxide gases, and more than 3,000 tons of sulfur dioxide.”